Drone Monitoring

Maintaining a good image of the site is imperative in order to represent the industry in a positive light.

In order to ensure the appearance of the site is kept at a high level, a monitoring system should be in place.

Litter, dust, debris and general wear and tear will always be constant on-site and therefore efforts to manage the cleanliness must also be constant.

Please see the example below of how a site monitored and maintained a good appearance using technology:

  • An aerial drone equipped with a camera that could survey the area in and around the site was utilised;
  • Imagery was relayed back to the site team who would then monitor the area for litter and identify the condition of the hoarding;
  • This provided a better view in faster time and enabled resources to be better directed to where they were most needed.
Please be aware of unpermitted access, privacy and manoeuvring responsibly when operating drones or other UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles). It is advised to consider Public Liability Insurance when operating drone vehicles for commercial use.

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Monitor report. Mi-Space UK Ltd. North Somerset. March 2016

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